Tips for a Less Stressful Move

Moving to a new home can be overwhelming for most people. The thought of packing and unpacking can cause anxiety in anyone. However, if you plan properly, the task can be less daunting, and maybe even enjoyable. Here are a few tips from Mikkie Mills in a recent article from ... Read More...

Is an Open Floor Plan Right for You?

Open floor plans, once considered a trend, have become a staple in most contemporary homes and condos. The living room, dining room and kitchen are combined to make one large great room. According to an article in a recent edition of RISMedia’s Housecall, it is essential that one knows the ... Read More...

Advice for Selling a Vacant Home

It is a simple fact that summer and spring are the most popular times for selling your home. The time frame satisfies the need of most residents to be settled by fall when the kids return to school, and the days get shorter. But what happens if you need to move ... Read More...

Advice for Buying in a Seller’s Market

Changes in the seasons also bring along changes in the real estate market. Inventory may decline, thus bringing more aggressive buyers in their search for a new home. A recent article, by Liz Dominguez in RSMedia (Buying in a Seller’s Market: Who’s the Winner?), examines how real estate transactions are ... Read More...

Make the Most of Your Floorspace

So, you’ve finally bought your first condo. You’ve signed the paperwork, packed your belongings, and headed to the new place… only to find that it’s not as roomy as you remembered. It’s a situation many buyers find themselves in, so what do you do when your floorspace simply doesn’t have ... Read More...

The Top Apps for Your Move

You finally found the perfect home and are getting ready to make the big move. Despite the lists you’ve made, and the packing items you’ve bought, there are still some things you may have overlooked. Here is where technology comes to the rescue. Listed below are some useful apps, from ... Read More...

Home Safety Tips for Growing Families

Keeping our families safe within our homes requires changes as the family grows. Whether newborns, teenagers, or even pets, there are different strategies needed to accommodate all family members. Here are a few home safety tips by Sage Singleton as reported in a recent edition of RisMedia’s Housecall (Home Safety: ... Read More...